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What if your ex boyfriend stares at you alot, what does that mean?

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Alright McDaddy, I see you have a bunch of questions about the same guy... Too make this easier to try and figure out an opinion on these if may I ask how long the two of you were together? How serious was the relationship ie; dating, serious, promise ring, engaged? How old are you guys? And how recent was this breakup? And who dumped who and why? You don't have to answer, but it kind of sounds like you might want to be with him again? And having those feelings can mix signals and messages up for sure.

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Ok, so we were together for a year and 4 months. And its was when I was in middle school. We broke up last December and it was an awful break up for me. We were 13. The reason we broke up is because we fought so much. I have gotten better about it. He has a new girlfriend and everything and their aniversery is on my birthday.... but all I'm trying to figure out is if he still likes me or not... from the answers ive gotten I think he does. But I don't know.
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A relationship like that is tough to recover from, because you know that through the fights there was always love that kept you together and even when you decided to break it off it's not that the love died, the fighting was overwhelming and unhealthy. Ultimately, you don't want to be with a person who brings out the worst in you, and you bring the worst out of him. These relationships are the hardest to forget, but nearly impossible to repair. And I bet through those looks he gives you there probably is some love still, but probably more resentment that you guys couldn't make it work. If he is still saying mean things about you it's true you probably haven't left his mind but a) that is really immature of him and not the right way to be dealing with his feelings... It's mean, and you deserve better.
b) as much trouble as (I assume) you both are having trouble letting go, at least he is trying to with his new girlfriend.
And you should move on too, in time, you will find the right person who brings out the best in you, and you bring the best out in him and although every relationship has it's obstacles, the right person will want to work with you, not fight you, to overcome them. Hope this somewhat applies to your situation and helps sweetie! Good luck! :)
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Rockbrollbaby, your answer is one of the main reasons I love the ask.com community. Excellent!
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How many times are you going to ask the same question?

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